The Foundation Stage curriculum is based on age specific learning goals and has been designed keeping in view the educational trends and the needs of the children. A thematic approach is adopted to foster learning across the curriculum, placing an emphasis on developing key skills. It is planned across different areas of learning, facilitating the children to develop at their own pace through differentiated and collaborative learning. It is child oriented, focusing on play and the individual personality. We firmly believe that the children need to be happy if they are to learn. Our curriculum provides opportunity for playing & exploring, active learning and thinking creatively. Enriched programmes to stimulate children’s’ interest are carefully planned and supported. The children are exposed to a variety of exciting and positive experiences and hands-on activities which enables them to explore and enliven their interest. They are encouraged to think, find things and talk about them. The integration of all the areas of learning provides ample opportunities for children to make connections between their experiences. Keeping the international standards in mind, the curriculum for our little learners is based on early learning goals that need to be attained by the end of Foundation Stage. This assessment pattern has been adapted successfully to provide the necessary range and balance. The curriculum framework gives a detailed view of the concepts that are being covered in all the seven areas of teaching:
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Areas like Personal & Social Development, Art & Design are integrated in the main areas like Literacy, Mathematics and Understanding the World.
SCHEME OF STUDIES
The learning will include:
At the primary level, we lay a strong foundation by facilitating the learning of the essential concepts of each subject. Along with English, students have the opportunity of learning an additional language-Indian or foreign. We make all possible efforts to help our students develop a positive attitude and self-esteem.
MIDDLE & SECONDARY SCHOOL
The learning environment in the Middle and Secondary level increasingly encourages students to reflect on their own and become independent learners. This helps them gain self-belief and confidence that they can succeed. Their point of view is given due importance and their voice is heard.
They are encouraged to carry out research and to consolidate their knowledge and skills.
SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
At the Senior Secondary level, students can choose subjects from any stream Science, Commerce or Humanities. Selection depends not only in their performance in IX and X classes but also on their aptitudes and interests, for which they are provided proper counseling.
The medium of instruction in our school is English. Sports, Music, Fine Arts and Performing Arts form an essential part of the curriculum at all levels.